As of Release 12, Cost Management includes the Cost Management - SLA responsibility that you can use to create all user-defined accounting data. The Cost Management - SLA process includes additional steps for creating accounting for specific periods, and viewing the resulting accounting entries.
Note: You must run the Transfer Journal Entries to GL program to transfer accounting entries to GL if the option to transfer them to GL is set to No in the Create Accounting program. The Transfer Journal Entries to GL - Cost Management concurrent request transfers the accounting entries to GL.
You can view accounting events and journal entries associated with transactions using the Subledger Accounting user interface (HTML), or view the accounting events and journal entries using the View Transactions windows.
The SLA data model offers an automated upgrade path and migrates legacy accounting data for the current fiscal year.
The CST: Receiving Accounting Option controls whether the Receiving Transaction Processor creates the accounting entries online, or if accounting entries are created by concurrent request. If the option is set to Online, then the receiving transaction processor creates the accounting entries for receiving transactions in SLA. Subledger Accounting entries are not created as part of the receiving transaction processor.
Within the Accounting Methods Builder (AMB) in subledger accounting, you can create and modify subledger accounting derivation rules and definitions. Note: When defining custom accounting derivation rules, you should use the seeded Cost Management - SLA responsibility to make these custom rule changes. Submit the Create Accounting concurrent program to create the originating journal entry as well as accrual reversals and multiperiod journal entries.
Required; limits accounting events selected for processing to those of a particular ledger.
Optional; determines whether the subledger journal entries are created in Draft or Final mode. Required; limits the creation of accounting to those events for which accounting has previously failed. Required if Mode is set to Final; determines whether to transfer the subledger journal entries to General Ledger. Required if Mode is set to Final or Create Accounting is set to No; determines whether to post subledger journal entries in General Ledger.
Optional; user-entered batch name that appears on the transferred General Ledger subledger journal entries.
If the option Transfer to General Ledger is set to 'No' in Create Accounting - Cost Management, then you must run Transfer Journal Entries to GL - Cost Management to transfer accounting entries to GL. You can view accounting, journal entries associated with transactions, and accounting events using the subledger accounting user interface (HTML). Receiving Accounting Events: Purchase Order Number for Period End Accrual events and Transaction Identifier from RCV_TRANSACTIONS for other Receiving events. You can also view accounting, journal entries associated with transactions, and accounting events by accessing the Subledger Accounting user interface from the View Transactions windows.
Note: If transactions have been upgraded to SLA, or are new transactions, then transactions viewed using the View Accounting Events option from the Tools menu show transactions from the SLA tables instead of the receiving subledger table. SLA architecture delivers many benefits, and lets you customize the way accounting is performed for a specific event. The Create Accounting - Cost Management concurrent request creates the accrual journal entries as well as accrual reversals and multi-period journal entries.
You are not required to run this request if the option to transfer entries to the ledger is selected in the Create Accounting - Cost Management concurrent request.
When you upgrade to Release 12, you can automatically migrate Cost Management to Subledger Accounting for historical transactions within a selected number of periods.
If the option is Concurrent, then the accounting for receiving occurs when you run the Create Accounting - Cost Management concurrent request.
You must run the Create Accounting - Cost Management concurrent request to create the subledger accounting entries. This profile option is used in the Standard Cost Processor, Standard Cost Update, and WIP Scrap Processor.
Subledger Accounting lists ledgers that have events that the responsibility can access due to transaction-based security. The Create Accounting program selects events with event types falling into the event classes assigned to the process category.
If Yes is selected, then the Create Accounting program processes all events with a status of Error. If there is a primary ledger with secondary ledgers attached to it and the application is a nonvaluation method application, the journal entries of the secondary ledgers are automatically posted. From the View Receiving Transactions, View Material Transactions, or View Resource Transactions windows, choose tools from the tool bar, and then select View Accounting Events.
The View Accounting Events option is enabled when there are SLA accounting events for the transaction. The SLA accounting engine is also a common engine for all subledger applications and provides you with a single common paradigm for defining your accounting behaviors.
The Journal Entries report is similar to the Material (or WIP) Account Distribution Summary report and will display the balance of the Inventory or WIP Valuation Accounts within a specified date. For example, you can use an attribute of an item to redirect accounting to the proper category of Cost of Goods Sold within the Chart of Accounts. The following illustrates the Cost Management - SLA process of generating and viewing accounting entries. You should verify that the accounting events for those transactions are available in the SLA Accounting Events page.
If encumbrance or federals accounting is enabled, then this option is not respected and the accounting process is always online.
If the profile option SLA: Enable Data Access Security in Subledgers is set to Yes, only those ledgers that are included in General Ledger Access Sets assigned to the responsibility appear in the list of values. You can access the subledger accounting user interface from the Cost Management - SLA responsibility by selecting SLA > Inquiry from the menu.
The following illustrates viewing the Subledger Accounting user interface from the Material Transactions window.
If the application is a valuation method application, then there is a different event for that secondary ledger and the accounting is not created in the same run for both ledgers. Select Accounting Events, Journal Entries, or Journal Entry Lines to open the subledger accounting user interface (HTML). See Account Derivation Rules, Oracle Subledger Accounting Implementation Guide and Defining Account Derivation Rules, Oracle Subledger Accounting Implementaton Guide for details.
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